Halsall to head up Amey's utilities division
Andy Halsall has been appointed managing director for utilities at Amey.
Halsall has replaced David McLoughlin, while Craig McGilvray replaces Amanda Fisher as managing director of facilities management, defence and justice business.
Halsall is a former business improvement director at Mitie. Commenting on his appointment, he said: “I’m delighted to be joining Amey at a time when the business and wider sector are showing signs of enormous potential. I look forward to using my wealth of cross-sector experience to bring a fresh perspective and added strength to the utilities operations.”
Both appointments start their roles with immediate effect.
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